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Archive for the ‘VOA Health Report’ Category

Rob Summers of Portland, Oregon, is twenty-five years old and a former college athlete. In July of two thousand six … Learn more

Today we answer a question. Vu Quang Hien from Vietnam wants to know more about hepatitis B. Hepatitis is the … Learn more

For people with HIV, the earlier they start treatment, the better — and better not just for them. A study … Learn more

When we think of threats to public health, we often think of communicable diseases. But experts say non-communicable diseases — … Learn more

Loud snoring can be a problem, and not just for other people trying to sleep with the noise. It can … Learn more

Scientists say they have found dangerous forms of bacteria in drinking water in New Delhi. These bacteria contain a gene … Learn more

Do you think getting cold can give you a cold? Is it bad to drink milk when you have a … Learn more

Deaf people may have no trouble communicating words through American Sign Language, or ASL. But studies of ASL users show … Learn more

Automatic faucets use an electronic sensor to start and stop the flow of water when people wash their hands. These … Learn more

Countries across Asia and beyond reported small amounts of radiation after the nuclear accident in Japan in March. But officials … Learn more

The crisis at the damaged Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Station in northern Japan has raised worries about radiation risks. We … Learn more

Have you ever felt lumps under the skin on the sides of your neck when you were sick? Those might … Learn more

In the early nineteen fifties, researchers found that people scored lower on intelligence tests if they spoke more than one … Learn more

How important is your mobile phone, better known to Americans as a cellphone? Many people say they use the device … Learn more

Israeli researchers say they have developed a substance that attracts and kills mosquitoes infected with the malaria parasite. However, the … Learn more

A new study of one hundred ninety-nine countries and territories confirmed what many people may have already noticed. People around … Learn more

The World Health Organization says alcohol abuse is the third leading cause of death and disability in the world. A … Learn more

We started talking last week about how to decide if a common injury — a bleeding cut on a finger … Learn more

Hospital emergency rooms treat injured fingers all the time. Without treatment, a bad cut can lead to permanent damage. But … Learn more

On January eighth in Tucson, Arizona, a gunman opened fire on a small crowd meeting outdoors with a congresswoman. Six … Learn more

Many people have low amounts of iron in their blood. But pregnant women need extra iron for their own health … Learn more

The World Health Organization says it has reached a limit in its fight against diseases and disasters. Director-General Margaret Chan … Learn more

We talked last week about ways to avoid cold-weather injuries. Today we are going to talk about emergency treatment of … Learn more

Freezing weather can mean frostbite and hypothermia unless a person is prepared. Today we talk about how to stay warm, … Learn more

When parents go to work, their young children often spend the day in child care. That contact with other children … Learn more

Doctors currently identify autism disorders by observing behavior. Autism affects social and communication skills. It usually first appears in young … Learn more

World AIDS Day was December first. This year, experts reported more signs of success in halting the AIDS epidemic. The … Learn more

The World Health Organization says the rising cost of health care is a struggle for people and governments around the … Learn more

Delegates from around the world met in Uruguay in November to consider new ways to control tobacco. A World Health … Learn more

An outbreak of cholera in Haiti continued to spread sickness and worry. Health officials worried that the capital could suffer … Learn more